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Our local, friendly, experienced Brampton technicians and dedicated team know that nothing adds more to your home comfort than a cool, air-conditioned space on a hot summer day. That’s why we’re committed to providing you with trusted advice and the best service to ensure that your Brampton AC unit runs efficiently when and how you need it.
Keep your home cool and comfortable this summer. Trust our expertise and more than 50 years of experience in Brampton to help you choose the best air conditioning system for your home.
We’re here to help. Book your FREE in-home consultation today.
Should you rent or buy your air conditioner?
Wondering whether you should rent or buy an air conditioner? Here are some key factors to consider:
Still not sure whether to rent or buy? Learn more
Choosing the right Air Conditioning System in Brampton
When considering a new AC system for your home it is important to remember that not all air conditioners are created equal. No matter how big or small your space, there’s an air conditioning system that’s just right for you. Choosing the right AC will make it run more efficiently, keep you cool for longer and keep your budget in check.
Before you choose an AC unit, here are some important things to consider:
House Size and Location:
What direction is the house facing? The size of the space and the amount of sun you receive during the day are key when determining the unit size and power.
The insulation make-up of your home’s walls, ceilings, and windows will influence the size and power of the AC unit that you will need.
The best way to measure the energy efficiency of your Brampton AC system is to check its seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER). The higher the SEER rating, the more energy you could save and the lower your operating costs could be.
There are many things to consider before buying (or renting) the right air conditioning system for your Brampton home, and we are here to help you choose the best option.
Looking for a Heat Pump in Brampton?
An electric heat pump is an air conditioner with the bonus that it can run in reverse and bring heat into your home on those cold spring and winter days, saving you from having to turn your furnace on until it’s frigid outside. It’s also an excellent choice for the environment and could help you reduce your carbon footprint! Be sure to check your local area for Government Rebates.
AC Brands we carry
Whether you’re looking for an air conditioning unit or a combined heating and cooling system in Brampton, we work with some of the top AC brands in the industry:
Why choose Reliance?
We have more than 50 years of experience in Brampton, and we’re here for you. Whether you need a regular check-up or emergency assistance, count on our 24/7 Brampton air conditioning service – call us or book online now.
Professional Brampton Air Conditioner Installation
Our Brampton technicians are trained experts who work with our AC brands and models. Their expertise and top-notch service are a part of our commitment to your comfort.
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Many of our locations have been awarded Best of HomeStars 2021
SEER stands for seasonal energy efficiency ratio. This rating is used to measure the energy efficiency of an air conditioner. Today, most air conditioning units have SEER ratings between 13 – 21. A higher SEER indicates greater energy efficiency. If conserving energy is important to you, look for an ENERGY STAR®-certified AC with a high SEER.
It’s always a good idea to have your air conditioner inspected every year. An annual AC check-up will help ensure your unit runs at peak efficiency and will help to keep your air conditioning running smoothly without interruptions. At Reliance, our technicians are trained experts and can service and maintain all our AC brands and models.
Today’s ENERGY STAR® certified air conditioners are very energy efficient, but there are a few things you can do to make sure your unit isn’t working harder than necessary: